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International Afternoon Tea Week

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International Afternoon Tea Week

In spirit of International Afternoon Tea Week this week, we thought we’d share with you an afternoon tea with a twist!

If you’re looking for a unique day out in either Glasgow or Edinburgh why don’t you combine two quintessentially British classics with an afternoon tea aboard Red Bus Bistro’s vintage Route-master buses?

Step aboard the enchanting Red Bus Bistro for an afternoon tea like no other. On your cake stand you will find traditional scones with fresh whipped cream and jam, a selection of finger sandwiches, Scottish smoked salmon blinis, mini quiches, a selection of petit fours, mini Victoria sponges and meringues served with a refreshing glass of Prosecco and as much tea and coffee as you can drink. While you dine on your Afternoon Tea you will experience some of the best sights Edinburgh or Glasgow have to offer – in a way you’ve never seen them before.


You can also upgrade to Red Bus Bistro’s McGin Afternoon Tea. Their signature gin Pot-tails are the highlight of this unique event. They combine Glasgow gin from their supplier McGin with aromatic herbs and dainty edible flowers for a truly delicious and picture worthy cocktail.

Red Bus Bistro would like to ensure everyone that they are ‘Good To Go’ and have worked hard to meet Government and industry COVID-19 guidelines to maintain cleanliness and aid social distancing.

Eve MacDonald

I'm No.1's Acting Features Editor, and write articles on everything from fashion, beauty and interiors to food, drink and real life. If you're looking to get in touch, please contact me on: evemacdonald@no1magazine.co.uk